September 14 - 21, 2017 Events
Not Rated, 90 minutes
Released in 1968, the White Album’s thirty songs span almost every style of music—from hard rock to country to chamber music to avant garde. Its recording took place during a remarkable year in Beatles history that included the death of Brian Epstein, the creation of Apple Corps, and a trip to India to study meditation.
In this multimedia presentation, Mr. Freiman transports his audience into Abbey Road Studio for a look at the revolutionary techniques used during the production of “Revolution,” “While My Guitar Gently Weeps,” “Blackbird,” and other songs from the White Album. It will be an educational journey into the creative process of The Beatles performances and recording sessions, allowing the audience to see and hear the evolution of these groundbreaking songs and their lasting influence on popular music.
Riot girls smash the patriarchy in Lizzie, a rock musical running Friday, September 8 through Saturday, September 16, 2017.
Join Too Tall Slim and The Guilty Pleasures for a night of music at The Nomad Bar!Read more »
IN Hebrew with English subtitles. On the day of Osher's bar mitzvah, the men look up adoringly at the women's balcony where their wives, daughters, sisters, cousins, and grandmothers are gathered. Then disaster strikes: the floor under the balcony gives way, leaving several people injured and one comatose...Read more »
Glory of Stories introduces young visitor to art and the Museum through a story reading followed by an interactive tour of relevant works of art and a studio art project. This program encourages learning through discovery, exploration, and hands-on experiences...Read more »
Join us for this film series, featuring intriguing stories surrounding real-life tales of forgery and counterfeiting, hosted by scholars, curators, film buffs, and critics who will lead discussions after each film. Copeland Lecture Hall. $10 per Member. $15 per nonmember. Reservations suggested. Visit the Treasures on Trial web page for more information on the exhibition.
Orson Welles's documentary about fakery focuses on: notorious art forger Elmyr de Hory; author Clifford Irving, who wrote a fake autobiography of Howard Hughes; and Welles's own career.
Rated R; 120 minutes, in French with English subtitles. Playing Friday at 2 & 8:30 pm, Saturday at 4 pm & Sunday at 12 pm
Gabrielle (Marion Cotillard) is the eldest daughter of a good French family from a small village in the south of France. Her parents threaten to send her to a mental institution unless she marries José, a Spanish farm worker. Even though Gabrielle tells him she will never love him, he still wants to marry her. The couple takes up residence in La Ciotat, where José sets up a small masonry business.
José, who loves Gabrielle, sends her to a spa in the Alps for six weeks to heal her kidney stones. While there, Gabrielle meets André, a wounded soldier who has returned from the war in Indochina. She falls madly in love with him, but because she’s married, André is reluctant to enter into a relationship with her.Read more »
Stop by the Bellefonte Farm Stand every Friday between 5-8pm to stock up on fresh, locally grown foods! Some items available for tastings and recipes to try. All proceeds benefit your neighborhood Bellevue Community Center!Read more »
Not Rated, 96 minutes, in Hebrew with English subtitles. Playing Friday 5:30 pm, Saturday 1 & 7:30 pm & Sunday 3 & 6 pm
When Rabbi David arrives, the congregation gathers around him now that their elderly rabbi is distraught and confused in the wake of the accident. Taking advantage of his new-found authority, he insists that the men have not done enough to ensure their women's modesty, and that the balcony tragedy is a divine warning to that effect.
This leads to a clash with Osher's grandmother Ettie, a pious woman who cannot accept the notion that God demands blind subjugation. Ettie and her friends raise money to restore the women's balcony, but Rabbi David decides to distribute those funds elsewhere. A feud breaks out, driving a wedge between husbands and wives — one that they can only repair by coming together in faith and harmony.
Rodger Kamenetz, author, poet and dream practitioner whose book The History of Last Night’s Dream was featured on Oprah Winfrey’s “Soul Series,” will explore the restorative and healing properties of the images in poems and dreams at a special two-day event hosted by the Community for Integrative Learning in Wilmington, Delaware...Read more »
Experience the magnificent sounds of Prokofiev, Mozart and Beethoven at The Delaware Symphony Orchestra's opening concert "Protest and Rebellion".Read more »
WORLD PREMIERE! 1938. A small town. A mysterious carnival. And two boys bent on escaping the midway of life to find adventure, and themselves. The hypnotic power and dark poetry of Ray Bradbury's classic novel Something Wicked This Way Comes sings and seduces in this bold new musical...Read more »
The Drama League brings the curtain up on Godspell, the classic show fresh from a 2012 Broadway revival update...Read more »
Best known as the comic who put the cerebral into cerebral palsy, Josh Blue burst onto the national comedy scene when he won Last Comic Standing in 2006. Since then, he has had several stand-up specials on Showtime and Comedy Central, and been a guest on numerous TV talk shows...Read more »
Join Poor Yorick, Reverse Giraffe and Pygmy Hippo for a Friday night full of music and fun!Read more »